Friday, October 21, 2011

Trimandir - an Inspiration Of Dada Bhagvan

Trimandir - an Inspiration Of Dada Bhagvan



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Ahmedabad - 18 KM
Trimandir - an Inspiration ofDada Bhagvan
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On our way to Gandhinagar, we come across an unusual temple complex called Trimandir, inspired by the honorable saint of Gujarat, Akram Vignani Param Pujya Shri Dada Bhagvan. This spiritual center is on the Mehsana-Gandhinagar Highway. It is about 18 km from Ahmedabad and 8 km from Gandhinagar at Adalaj.

The central temple of the Trimandir has an image of Shri Simandhar Swami that is 13 ft. tall and wighs 18 tons. This huge image is absolutely charming and fascinates one's mind with just one look at it. The images of Shashandev Shri Chandrayan Yakshdev, Shashndevi Panchguli Yakshinidevi, and Shri Rishabdev Bhagvan, Shri Ajitnath Bhagvan, Shri Parsvanath Bhagvan, Shri Mahavir Bhagvan, Shri Padmavtidevi and Shri Chakreshwaridevi are also installed in this temple. In the first temple we find Shivlinga, Parvatidevi, Hanuman dada, Ganpatiji, Nandi, and others. In the third temple are installed the images of Shri Yogeshwar Shrikrishna Bhagvan, Tirupati Balaji, Shrinathji, Shri Bhadrakali Mataji, and Shri Ambaji Mata. In the temple complex of Trimandir, a hall is made 'to seat 10,000 persons simultaneously. In the next plot of land of 70 vighas a Simandhar City is planned in which Amba Arogya Kendra, a medical assistance unit provides for elementary medical check up, diagnostic and pathological tests, and treatment at a very nominal charge to the needy.

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